TCP Posted October 7, 2020 Share Posted October 7, 2020 Tonight on The Tweedy Show, Jeff announced that an announcement is coming tomorrow (though, to me, he didn't seem 100% if tomorrow is in fact the correct date, so if not tomorrow soon) that a live Uncle Tupelo record is coming out. Must be soon, because they had the actual LP. The full title, at least on the front cover is "Uncle Tupelo Live March 24, 1994 Lounge Ax Chicago". Front cover features photo booth pictures of Jeff, Jay, Max (I think?), and John with what I assume is Ken. Or I have Ken and Max mixed up. Forgive me. Back cover is the stage with the setlist and the inner gatefold is the crowd. The copy Jeff had was black vinyl. I also spied a WXRT logo on the back cover, with some internet sleuthing it appears this show was originally a radio broadcast and has been floating around the internet as a bootleg for years and years. Label looks to be a collab between dBpm and Jay's Transmit Sound which is cool. According to Setlist.fm, which of course is never wrong, the setlist was: Chickamauga Watch Me Fall Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down Fifteen Keys The Long Cut New Madrid Sandusky Looking for a Way Out Slate Atomic Power (The Louvin Brothers cover) Acuff-Rose We've Been Had Give Back the Key to My Heart Postcard Gun Effigy (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover) Black Friday Record Store Day is coming up, could be tied to that? I guess we'll find out tomorrow. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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